15 Worst NFL Draft Picks

15. Pat Sullivan, QB, Atlanta Falcons Draft Pick: Second-round pick in the 1972 NFL draft from Auburn

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Pat Sullivan was a horrible selection for a number of things. First were his stats; 5 starts, 42.3 completion percentage, five touchdowns, 16 interceptions and a 36.5 quarterback rating. These are one of the worst lines you might ever see from a quarterback in NFL history. This pick was such a bad NFL quarterback that he was benched during the 1974 season in favor of Bob Lee and Kim McQuilken. Needless to say, he only started one game in his career following that horrific 1974 campaign.

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